Jeepney is a Filipino street food takeout window on the side of a building. Order some delicious sandwiches and choose from excellent fillings (our favorites are the marinated steak/onion/peppers/Velveeta, spicy pork/pickled vegetables, and creamy mushrooms/paneer cheese). Always add an order of lumpia, and take a moment later to appreciate other windows in your life.
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